Actually she is harming someone. The school has a quota. Of how many students they can accept. It’s not “hey lets accept anyone who has the grades or money” it doesn’t work that way. Because you CANNOT have too many students and not enough classes. If they take extra students, then they won’t be able to take classes, because there’s a limit to how many students to a classroom and budgets are set the year beforehand. They can't change it cause they got an extra student. So. The reason it hurts someone is because her daughter didn’t EARN the spot with good grades. And her daughter is taking the spot away from someone who DID EARN the spot.
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It is much too early to even speculate on what percentage need be
What her sentence would be
Do you have any siblings?
They keep saying the kids didn’t know. If you are accepted into a school as an athlete and you are essentially the ball carrier, you “know”
Seems there are more socialists in American than they let on.
I mean, these are private colleges. If they want to admit somebody because their dad donated a wing of the library, who cares?
Because he didn't do nothing wrong and he is good President. We have not seen someone this good since Reagan.
"didn't do nothing"Yeah, that's how I know trump supporters are as dumb as he is, and likely criminal too
Get over it dudehe's A CRIMINALAND A HORRIBLE PRESIDENT
In your fucking dreams!
Your right hahaha
Loughlin and her husband were among 50 individuals charged by the FBI and U. S. Attorney's Office on March 12, 2019, in a large-scale nationwide college entrance exam cheating scandal. The indictment against the couple alleged that they had paid $500,000, disguised as a donation to the Key Worldwide Foundation, in order that the University of Southern California's (USC's) admissions committee would be led to believe that their two daughters would be joining the school's women's rowing team if admitted, when in fact neither young woman had ever trained in the sport and had no plans to do so.
@LittleButterflyGirl1 Okay. I would sentence them to 5000 hours community service.